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DEBUNKED! Did Minister Champagne actually stop the Rogers-Shaw buyout?

Or did he approve it? The truth is: Champagne rubber stamped the affordability-crushing deal. Here’s how he pulled off the sleight of hand.
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Consumers face double-whammy of Bell telecom price-hikes and potential new Internet Tax

Bell is raising Internet prices in Ontario and Quebec by $5, as their smaller competitor TekSavvy lowers its rates
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Vous avez vaincu le Projet de loi pour la censure d’Internet du Québec (il n’en a plus pour longtemps)

Près de 20 000 Canadiens ont demandé la mort du Projet de loi 74 - vendredi, les autorités canadiennes ayant juridiction sur Internet ont déclaré avoir le pouvoir de casser ce projet de loi et souhaiter s’en prévaloir.
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You killed Quebec’s Internet censorship bill (well, it’s on its last legs)

Nearly 20,000 Canadians asked for an end to Bill 74 — on Friday Canada’s Internet regulators said they had the power to stop the bill, and would.
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CRTC rules that website blocking provisions of Québec’s Bill 74 violate federal law

Pro-Internet advocates welcome ruling, having argued that Bill 74’s website blocking raises censorship concerns and violates rules which keep our Internet free and open.
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Putting your voice on the record against Quebec’s Internet censorship Bill 74

Nearly 20,000 Canadians are asking federal decision-makers to deem the controversial bill in violation of our right to freedom of expression.
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Quebec’s Bill 74 puts us all on a slippery slope toward Internet censorship

An extreme new law close to home could pave the way to a terrible future for the open Internet in Canada.
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Québec is gambling with Internet censorship: what is Bill 74 and how can we kill it?

Blatant censorship of the Internet for financial gain.

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